I've been doing a little bit of self-reflection lately, reflecting specifically on how I attack while I work in the athletic setting. Doing this has made me realize a few things. That 1) It's not easy to look at yourself from another person's viewpoint and 2) Sometimes this process is a good way to keep you in check.
Out of all of this, what I've come up with is a guiding framework of how I do what I do. Some may do things differently, while others might take a similar approach. But what matters most is that this framework is what works for me...at least for now.
Starting with a technical model
Sticking with basic principles
Thinking motor learning
Knowing regressions and progressions
Not being a slave to my methods
Hope this helps. If not, here's another example by Patrick Ward and a complementary one by Mike Reinold.